Very impressive metal machine.
Where Obtained: eBay
Quilted maple body with transl
The neck is pretty fast, and t
If you play metal, do yourself
I haven't had this bass long e
Don't buy this bass so I can be the only one to enjoy it!!! Ha Ha!!!
This guitar is awesome!!! I couldn't be happier, and would suggest
this guitar to anyone who plays bass and loves the look of the B.C.
Model Year: 2002
Price: $550.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Ebay
Transparent Black NJ Neck-Thru Series Warlock!!! It's an import with
a 3pc Maple Neck and soft Maple wings, 24 frets, 34" scale, B.C. Rich
pickups... you can find out more on the B.C. Rich website!
Very easy to play!!!
Once set up, this beauty was like butta!!!
I have an 80's Ironbird Bass that I played for many years, and this
baby SMOKES IT!!!
If you play METAL, then this is for you!!!
Super Thick tone even when in the studio... I had considered adding
Bartolini's to this guitar, but DON'T NEED 'EM!!!
Since it's pointy, you'll have to be carefull... I've already inflicted a
couple of wounds, but so far this thing has been very solid for me!
I bought this bass for it's looks. I went ahead and spent the extra to get the NJ neck-thru, and I am glad I did. The translucent finish over the quilt maple is sweet! But it's still a dark enough finish, that it looks like gloss black on stage. The tone is perfect for what I got it for (metal), and everyone loves the look. I was afraid the look would be all it had, but this bass won me over with it's tone!
Model Year: 2002
Price: $500.00 (new)
Where Obtained: some place on ebay
AA quilted maple body, with a translucent black finish, and matching on the headstock. Very Nice!! Warlock Body, Widow headstock. Two sets of custom P pickups.
Surprisingly easy to play. This is not a slap happy bass, but that's not why I got it. The bass weighs about 50 pounds (slightly exaggeration)but isn't as awkward as I thought it would be. It's actually fairly well balanced. The neck is quick, but not lightning quick. And after a couple hours on stage with it, I wasn't tired of it.
WOW! I wasn't expecting such low, driving, deep, throaty, massive sound out of this thing. I play through a Boogie M-Pulse600 (love it) and this thing just flat gets down and nasty. It's certainly a metal machine!! And the sustain.............................
......................................................... is awesome!!!! We finished our last song. I unstrapped, set it in the stand, and left. We came back on in a couple of minutes, and the thing was still singing that D. The crowd loved it!
Well, it seems to be built better than a Sherman tank. The only problem I had was with the tuners. It wouldn't hold. But I tightened them up, and now all is perfect.